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... amp; had our coffee fix.
Then on to Castelfranco Veneto another nearby walled town. The town originated from a castle that was built around 1195 by the commune of Treviso in its conflict with Padua. Quite an attractive town with some great old buildings with varying patinas of age. We were a bit surprised by a brand new Rolls Royce convertable wafting through town a fair speed. Think we might have spotted the uber gays in the village. ...
... at the Santa Corona and the Palazzo Thiene before returning to see the light show at the Teatro. Followed a Palladio itinerary from the Internet until La Rotonda near the end of the day. Many palaces seen, all with something characteristic of Palladio. Spent a bit more time after the Museo Civico at the Palladio Museum. Some really cool models of Palladio's works, and even one in the making of Il Redentore. Palladio's emphasis ...
After our big day yesterday we slept in - to 10am! The shutters were so good that we were in total darkness, and with no street nearby we had complete quiet. What bliss.
We decided that today would be our Vicenza museum day, as we had a free ticket to all the main museums from Tuesday.
First up was Pinacoteca Civica di Palazzo Chievicati, which was ...
As you know this blog has been my attempt to stay connected to all of you at home. Living in Italy is almost beyond anything that I can share in pictures and written thoughts. As a matter of fact, I'm preparing a slide show of my daily life in Vicenza for you to watch as I am winging my way home in a couple of weeks. I only wish I could add the music and special effects that make everything so artistic on my Mac Notebook. However, what ...
... crazy Italians. They have a treasury in there too, with artifacts from hundreds of years ago. You have to be a little in awe of the age of these things - some of them are from 4-500BC. They even have Muslim artifacts in there, which I thought odd for a house of God. Was thirsty after all my trecking about, so I went for a hot chocolate at the cafe Al Tadaro on the waterfront. It was only after ordering it that I ...